Quick-service restaurants could be one of the distribution points for a new mobile digital entertainment content industry envisioned by a partnership made up of foodservice and hospitality technology supplier NCR Corp., as well as Toshiba Corp. and content-distribution specialist MOD Systems. NCR of Dayton, Ohio, and Tokyo-based Toshiba, with U.S. headquarters in New York, have agreed to invest $35 million in Seattle-based MOD Systems for a minority stake in the company that wants to ...

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